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Reidsville golfer wins at GCC


The Daily Reflector

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Last weekend, the Peggy Kirk Bell Girls’ Golf Tour held the PKBGT Masters at the Greenville Country Club

The event featured a field of 69 players from the PKB Girls’ Golf Tour, the nation’s largest girls-only junior tour.

This year, the Bell National Series was set to model a collegiate tournament setup, but inclement weather shortened the event to 36 holes.

Riley Hamilton of Reidsville won the tourney with a score of 74-76-150. She finished a stroke ahead of Madison Isaacson of Greensboro and Melissa Meng of Blacksburg, Va.

This marked Hamilton’s first PKBGT Championship win, earning her an invitation into the 2018 PKBGT Invitational in November.


Recent results

Men's Night: First gross — Scott Griffin, Kyle Griffin, Joseph Arnone, Connor Durham and Mike Brothers 29; Tom Kulikowski, Dave Hunt, John Horns, Tom Parkin and Bobby Gaynor 30.

Play Day (April 11): Gross — 1. Debbie Pruitt, 2. Belle Prusinowski, 3. Diane Delaney; Net — 1. Anne Wasek, 2. Peg Burnett and Donna Kraus, 3. Leslie Bailey and Carol Kulikowski; Putts — 1. Prusinowski 15, 2. C. Kulikowski 16, 3. Pruitt and Wasek 17; Birdies —  Kraus (No. 8); Chip-ins — Kraus (No. 8), C. Kulikowski (No. 8) and Pruitt (No. 9).


Ayden Golf and Country Club is offering a new membership promotion.

Pay $100 down and pay only $100 per month for the first 12 months, then pay current member rates for the next 12 months to complete the two-year contract. After that, there is no fee to cancel. Membership includes: Family pool & tennis use; 15 percent off all pro shop items; Range ball discounts ($1 per bucket, or $200/​year unlimited); Access to all member events and tournaments; Ballroom Rental and junior program discounts; Complimentary locker.

Must join before April 30 to qualify for promotional rate. For more information on this and other deals, email Brandon at sales@aydengolf.com.


Robersonville Country Club’s league will begin its 18th season on April 23 and is accepting new teams into the league through June 15.

Each team consists of a foursome, playing six-and nine- hole matches. Scores will be gathered for finals in early August.

An all-inclusive price for golf, food and prizes of $20 per player per match covers all areas.

For more information, call league director Kathy Mellette at 252-217-8446 or the club at 252-795-4212.


Humans of Greenville


Local photographer Joe Pellegrino explores Greenville to create a photographic census of its people.


April 23, 2018

East Carolina moved back into the top-10 of the two major college baseball polls Monday, one day before traveling to Raleigh to take on rival and fellow top-10 squad N.C. State.

ECU (30-9), which went 4-0 last week in winning all four contests on the road, is No. 7 in the Baseball America poll,…


April 22, 2018

Pitt Community College offered a resounding answer in Sunday’s baseball rubber match against Region X rival Lenoir, padding a five-run lead with five more in the fifth for an shortened 10-0 victory to claim the series.

The Bulldogs (23-10-1) split with LCC on Saturday, but rode starter Dylan…

April 22, 2018

There has been a lot of attention on college baseball in North Carolina this year, highlighted by East Carolina, N.C. State, North Carolina and Duke all projected at this point in the season to host NCAA regionals.

Pitt Community College lead pitcher Andrew Blake, who signed with N.C. State in…


April 21, 2018

East Carolina had an inauspicious beginning to Saturday’s doubleheader at Memphis, falling being by a couple of runs in the opening inning of the first game, but the Pirates pounded home four runs in the fifth for for a 4-2 win, then took a 4-0 lead in the series finale and held on for…


April 20, 2018

East Carolina’s Kathryn Car­son is the Amer­i­can Ath­letic Con­fer­ence women’s golf fresh­man of the year, giv­ing the Pi­rates that honor for the first time since they joined the league in 2014.

The Pi­rates also took the AAC team aca­demic…


April 20, 2018

C.B. Aycock came to Greenville on Friday night for key games in Eastern Carolina 3-A/4-A Conference baseball and softball and D.H. Conley protected home field with a 4-2 win in baseball and 7-3 victory in softball.

Robbie O'Neal started on the pitcher’s mound for the first-place Vikings (17-3,…


April 20, 2018

Ken Niumatalolo is on Paul Johnson’s side when it comes to the new NCAA rule in football that bans blocking below the waist that occurs five yards beyond the line of scrimmage.

Niumatalolo is the veteran coach at Navy, which runs the triple-option rushing scheme maybe better than any other…

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April 20, 2018

After dropping a traditional weekend series for the first time this season last week against South Florida in Greenville, the East Carolina baseball team traveled to Durham on Tuesday and beat Duke 9-2 for another key resume-building victory.

The Pirates cruised in Durham thanks to a few things…


April 19, 2018

No. 7 seed East Carolina cruised into the quarterfinals of the American Athletic Conference men’s tennis championships with a 4-0 victory over No. 10 seed Connecticut in Dallas on Thursday.

ECU (22-4) swept the doubles point and then got three singles victories in straight sets…

April 19, 2018

An unexpected infusion of cash from the American Athletic Conference will help offset other losses and keep East Carolina athletics within negative budget projections for the current fiscal year — an expected loss of about $979,000 to bring the department’s running deficit to $3.2…

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